Droid X vs. iPhone 4 Video
The Droid Maxx leads Verizon's trio of new Droids, Russell Simmons launches music label for YouTube stars, and Facebook puts ads in notifications.
Google launches Latitude for iPhone, T-Mobile says a 4G tablet is on the way in 2011, and Twitter and YouTube release their top trends of 2010.
Turns out the newborn iPhones 4 might have a touch of the old jaundice -- it's ok, it's pretty common, just try to lay them in direct sunlight for a few hours. (No, don't try that. Just call Apple.) Top story today, though: a victory for the Internet! That victory? YouTube wins against Viacom! (Viacom plans to appeal.) Also, Rafe was totally right about that antenna thing, he would like to you to know, and when it comes to Twitter and Facebook, well: it's war.
On Thursday's edition of the Daily Debrief, CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi and Dan Farber discuss the latest development in Viacom's copyright infringement lawsuit against YouTube and its parent company, Google. Editor in Chief Farber looks at whether YouTube users' privacy will be threatened as a result of a federal judge's ruling that Google must turn over user data.
Amazon offers unlimited cloud music storage for a limited time, Motorola's Droid 3 gets an official price and release date from Verizon, and Facebook launches video calling and a host of chat improvements.
Even more iPhone Verizon rumors, the upcoming Droid 2, and the BlackBerry Torch. Catch the cell phone stories, launches, and reviews in this week's episode.
Verizon shows off the Droid, T-Mobile launches contract-free plans, and why you should not wear your cell phone in a holster on your hip.
Chatroulette tops Google's "fastest rising" search terms of 2010, Howard Stern will now be on the Sirius XM mobile-phone app, and YouTube removes its 15-minute limitation on video uploads.
HTC files a lawsuit against Apple with nine new patents from Google, Adobe has released its pricey photo-sharing app and service called Carousel, and Verizon finally launches the Bionic nine months after the "super-phone" made its first appearance.
March 16, 2007: Stardust now just dust, Viacom slaps Google and YouTube, digital TV transition details, Slacker at SXSW, Microsoft hears Tellme, and a fingerprint-activated garage door opener.